New Book on Digital Pathology Published

| January 22, 2017

cover2A new book entitled, appropriately, “Digital Pathology” has recently been published by ASCP Press, edited by the well-known tag team of Dr. Liron Pantanowitz of UPMC and Dr. Anil Parwani of The Ohio State University. Anil and Liron have nearly 40 years of combined experience in digital pathology across a wide range of areas. The book has 17 chapters authored by over 20 authors. The ASCP Press mentions the book has over 300 pages and 145 images in a hardbound volume:

New Release—the Definitive, Complete Reference of Digital Pathology

An extraordinarily comprehensive and complete book for individuals with anything from minimal knowledge to deep, accomplished experience in Digital Pathology. Easy to read and plainly written, Digital Pathology examines the history and technological evolution of Digital Pathology, from the birth of scanning technology and telepathology to three-dimensional imaging on large multi-touch displays and computer aided diagnosis.

Truly, a must-have book for anyone wishing to learn more about and work in this exciting and critical information environment.

The audience for Digital Pathology includes pathologists, laboratory professionals, students and any other medical practitioners with a particular interest in the history and future of digital pathology. It can also be a useful reference for anyone, medical or non-medical, who have an interest in learning more about the field. Digital pathology is truly a game changer, and this book is a crucial tool for anyone wishing to know more.

The book retails for $199 for non-ASCP member and $159 for ASCP members. Order your copy here.



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